NURS 4270: Rural Health and Special Populations
Explores rural community health nursing, focusing on the history and development of rural community-focused care, health care systems, epidemiology, and individuals, families, and special populations. Determine and apply appropriate theories to the provision of care to individuals in rural community settings and special populations in rural, urban or suburban settings. Address prevention, promotion, maintenance, and restoring health. Focus on transcultural nursing concepts and diverse populations.
Students who successfully complete this course should be able to do the following:
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Your professor recommends that you review these journal articles and websites to better understand the concepts presented in this class; they will also assist you in the class assignments
Web Resources - Special Populations